On Strategy II: A Critical Analysis of the Gulf War
A definitive analysis of the military strategy of the Persian Gulf War by the recognized war strategy expert who made frequent appearances on the NBC, CBS, and ABC evening news programs, CNN, and Nightline and the bestselling author of On Strategy. Summers gives the background story of the brilliant success of Operation Desert Storm.
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THE REMARKABLE TRINITY
The Vietnam Syndrome and
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